Baltimore Top 100 Recap

Baltimore Top 100 Recap:

The first stop on our Hoop Group Fall Top 100 tour was at the Park School, for the Baltimore Top 100. Baltimore always seems to be one of our deepest talent pools of the fall. Centrally located between major east coast cities, this event is a great way to kick off our fall tour!

With four full courts at the Park School, our individual skill workouts to start the day had the players immediately breaking a sweat. With high level staff from local high schools and college, every student-athlete got better using new and exciting drills and skills!

Hoop Group Elite Director Austin Kelley address expectations during the Baltimore Top 100

Hoop Group Elite Director Austin Kelley address expectations during the Baltimore Top 100

Hoop Group Elite strives to provide more than just excellent instruction, competition, and exposure, but also to educate student athletes through our “Separate Yourself in the Recruiting Process.” Give by former D1 head coach Pat Kennedy, players find out what it takes to be successful student-athlete at the next level, and what they can do to find the right athletic and academic fit for themselves!

Coach Kennedy teaches student athletes how to separate themselves in the recruiting process

Coach Kennedy teaches student athletes how to separate themselves in the recruiting process

Baltimore lived up to its high expectations with our two game sets. Talent of all ages shined with tremendous skill and athleticism. ¬†With some of the best talent in all of the east, it wasn’t easy for our staff to come up with the All-Baltimore Top 100 Team:

Guard Deangelo Tull (2018) St. Mary’s Ryken
Guard Amir Harris (2018) St. Maria Goretti
Wing Justin Lewis (2020) Calvert Hall
Wing Drew Greenen (2019) Chapel Hill
Post James Dunlop (2017) Paul VI

 

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